Educator Advancement Council
The Educator Advancement Council is an innovative partnership aimed at helping Oregon achieve high-quality, well-supported and culturally-responsive public educators in every classroom.
Linn Benton Lincoln Education Service District
The Strategic Partnerships department at LBL ESD provides School and Systems Improvement Strategy support through partnerships that facilitate ongoing learning. We provide and assist with the use of data and strategies integral to Improvement Science. As a hub of information from ODE and other educational and mental health organizations, we communicate the latest information in regards to Curriculum, Initiatives and Grants, Professional Development, and opportunities to work with other educators and service providers. The WREN is thrilled to be a part of the Strategic Partnerships at LBL ESD.
Pacific University, Eugene: School of Teaching and Learning
The Pacific University College of Education offers dynamic undergraduate and graduate teaching programs that prepare you to transform the lives of your students. We offer paths to initial teaching licensure, advanced degrees and endorsements for current teachers, and degrees for those passionate about expanding the field of education. We offer both full-time and part-time programs with on-line and face to face options.
Community Design Partners
Community Design Partners is a team of facilitators, coaches, and advisors. They partner with organizations and schools dedicated to a wide range of social justice issues such as accessing postsecondary options, diversifying the teaching workforce, and advancing student success by removing systemic barriers.
Dialogues in Action
The WREN has partnered with Dialogues in Action to analyze our impact on our region, spending months compiling data and interviewing participants. It’s a comprehensive look at how the WREN has influenced our educational community.
Lane Education Service District
Lane ESD's services are developed in collaboration with Lane County's 16 school districts. They focus on four primary areas – services for students with special needs, school improvement, technology support, and administrative services. LESD also oversees a number of federal and state grants.
Lane Regional Teacher Pathways Program
The Lane Regional Teacher Pathways Program is a collaborative partnership between Lane Education Service District, Springfield Public School District, Eugene School District 4J and Bethel School District; the University of Oregon; Pacific University; Bushnell University and Lane Community College funded in partnership with the Educator Advancement Council. These eight organizations are working together to transform teacher preparation by designing a program to support diverse* candidate scholars. The LRT Pathways Program provides scholars with tuition scholarships ranging between $2,500 and $15,000 to attend Bushnell University, University of Oregon, Pacific University, or Lane Community College.
Lane African American Black Student Success
More information coming soon!
Oregon Research Schools Network
The Oregon Research Schools Network (ORSN) is an educational extension outreach unit of the
University of Oregon which leans on the Agricultural Extension model as a foundation for its work with educational service districts and school districts across Oregon. Our research to
practice collaborations focus on helping partners increase improvement capacity and address
problems of practice by transferring knowledge to the field. Our current work broadly
encompasses trauma informed school initiatives and the training and support of educational
assistants and other classified school staff.
Our Powerful Partnerships
We Are Stronger Together